Types Of Surveying

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A.L.T.A. Survey or Extended Title Insurance Coverage Survey

A.L.T.A. Survey or Extended Title Insurance Coverage Survey

A set of standards, established by the American Land Title Association and the American Congress on Surveying and Mapping, specifying guidelines for conducting surveys that will be used for title insurance purposes.

As-built Surveys

As-built Surveys

A survey performed after a construction project been completed to re-establish the principal horizontal and control points and to locate all structures and improvements.

Boundary Survey

Boundary Survey

A survey made to establish or to re-establish a boundary line on the ground or to obtain data for constructing a map or plat showing a boundary line.

Topographic Survey

Topographic Survey

A survey which has for its major purposes the determination of the configuration (relief) of the surface of the earth (ground) and the location of natural and artificial objects thereon.

Flood Certificate

Flood Certificate

Flood certification (also known as a flood determination and certification) is a document needed to confirm a structure’s elevation in relation to the projected height floodwaters might reach in the event of a major flood for properties or buildings in high-risk flood zones

Construction Staking

Construction Staking

Survey measurements made while construction is in process to control elevation, horizontal position and dimensions, and configuration; to determine adequacy of completion; and to obtain essential dimensions for computing construction pay quantities.

Sounding Survey

Sounding Survey

A survey measuring the depth of water with a lead line or by other means.

Easement Surveys

Easement Surveys

An easement lets the property owner give the right to use a portion of land without assuming liability for the said portion and without giving up ownership.

Route Surveying

Route Surveying

The survey made, first, of an area to determine feasibility, and, second, to make comparisons and select the most feasible route for a railroad, highway, canal, pipe line, transmission line, or any other linear facility. A completed route survey will provide sufficient qualitative information and dimensional data to indicate the feasible alignment, grades, cross-sections, and proposed right-of-way lines. A route survey does not provide construction data as these can be developed from a preliminary survey. Rather, a route survey provides information and data pertaining to general location possibilities, feasibility, and probable costs of right-of-way, construction, use, and maintenance.

States most definitions source: NSPS “Definitions of Surveying and Related Terms